Paul Kenyon shows the sort of form during the recent Marist Cricket Carnival which won him a place in the Australasian Xl.
Paul Kenyon shows the sort of form during the recent Marist Cricket Carnival which won him a place in the Australasian Xl.

Lismore duo in Australasian Xl



TRINITY Catholic College Lismore wicketkeeper Sean Rose took out the prestigious David Parsons Trophy as the top fieldsman following the 33rd Australasian Marist Cricket Carnival.

He and batsman Paul Kenyon, also from Lismore, were named in the Combined Marist Australasian 1st Xl, selected after the carnival.

The champion school at the carnival was Catholic College Sale and the player of the carnival was Ryan Bartley, from Canberra.

Kenyon finished third in the run aggregate with 234 runs, behind James Phathanak (St. Gregory's Campbelltown 370 runs) and Ryan Allan (La Valla Catholic College Traralgon - 240 runs), and took seven wickets.

Overall, Trinity finished a creditable fourth. Flynn Benfield, Connor Benfield, Jake Turcato, John Campbell, Damian Spillane, Dean Hanson, Sean Rose, Ben Layton and Daniel Ghuman put in some good performances to suggest Trinity will again be a team to be reckoned with in 2006.



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